Research Assistant, Former Honours Student (2018)
Professor Jason Mattingley (primary)
Dr. William Harrison
The aim of my honours research is to investigate how the brain constructs a coherent representation of the visual world across eye movements. Specifically, I aim to determine how visual perception is influenced by the planning and execution of each eye movement by having participants complete a visual discrimination task on a computer display while they simultaneously make goal directed eye movements. Changes in visual sensitivity that systematically depend on the spatial and temporal dynamics of eye movements can reveal how a representation of the visual world is updated every time the eyes move.
- Visual perception
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